Penny Warden is a British artist known worldwide for her numerous significant public commissions and unique, expressive style. She began to paint at a very early age and indeed was highly commended for her work by The Royal Drawing Society “The Children’s Royal Academy” - when only 12 years old. Penny has been influenced by action painting and gestural abstraction. She applies oil paint or charcoal with maximum of spontaneity. Her work has appeared in many high-profile locations and galleries across London and the UK and has been featured in a number of national and international magazines and publications. Her work has also been used in a significant theological teaching resource by Cambridge University and she has exhibited and spoken about her work at Oxford University. She has been a speaker at numerous conferences and has been part of several consultation groups at Windsor Castle on ‘Human Creativity in the Arts’. Her public commissions can be seen on the BBC website.